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reluctant-martyrs:

Two Snippets of Grace Slick with the equally amazing Jefferson Airplane

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reluctant-martyrs:

Jefferson Airplane on the Smothers Brother’s show, c. 1968

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reluctant-martyrs:

The original line up of Jefferson Airplane
From left: Paul Kantner, Skip Spence, Marty Balin, Signe Toly Anderson, Jorma Kaukonen, and Jack Casady

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ace1965:

Jefferson Airplane’s Jorma Kaukonen, 1968.

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i-am-bold-as-love:

Grace Slick
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The guard room snapchats have hit another level.

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go-ride-the-music:

Grace and Marty, 1967
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rocknrollvintageguitars:

Vintage 1963 Epiphone Newport EBSF Bass With Fuzztone Cherry Red

Rock N Roll changed the world. By the time the 60’s rolled around, at least one kid on every block just HAD to have a guitar. There was so much competition for your parent’s money that guitar builders were trying everything under to sun to stand out and be different. This meant that traditional companies like Epiphone/Gibson were putting fuzz circuits in their instruments long before the hard-rock and psyche eras had come to be! It was a time of “try everything and let’s see what works.” We couldn’t possibly be any more in love with that sentiment. The only rule: there are no rules! This Newport has the same symmetrical body shape as Epiphone’s Wilshire and Coronet models and has that great warm and thumpy short-scale tone. The fuzz is just the icing on the cake. You could only find this body shape for a scant two years, and even less with the built in fuzz circuit.

Nathan I found your next one!

Except that I get poorer and poorer every time it go and buy something.

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